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Defining quantitative impacts of the PT priority system and comparing different data collection methods


Matulin, Marko; Mrvelj , Štefica; Gold , Hrvoje; Jelušić, Niko
Defining quantitative impacts of the PT priority system and comparing different data collection methods // Rethinking everyday mobility, Results and lessons learned from the CIVITAS-ELAN project / Trček, Franc & Kos, Drago (ur.).
Ljubljana: Založba FDV/The Publishing House of the Faculty of Social Sciences, 2012. str. 153-173


Naslov
Defining quantitative impacts of the PT priority system and comparing different data collection methods

Autori
Matulin, Marko ; Mrvelj , Štefica ; Gold , Hrvoje ; Jelušić, Niko

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Rethinking everyday mobility, Results and lessons learned from the CIVITAS-ELAN project

Urednik/ci
Trček, Franc & Kos, Drago

Izdavač
Založba FDV/The Publishing House of the Faculty of Social Sciences

Grad
Ljubljana

Godina
2012

Raspon stranica
153-173

ISBN
978-961-235-600-2

Ključne riječi
Public transport, priority, performance, evaluation, impact, data collection

Sažetak
Public transport (PT) is generally perceived as a public service of great importance. It is a service that meets the needs of mobile citizens and contributes to overall quality of life and sustainability. This is true in many CIVITAS cities, but especially in the ELAN cities in which improving the quality of life and sustainability are among the specific project objectives. The PT system itself can be described as a system with complex relations between transport infrastructure, transport demand, economy, politics, land use planning, and, more recently, marketing, environment, and the quality of life. These relations define the development of PT through its accessibility, availability, usability, flexibility and, ultimately, through its performance. An efficient way to improve PT performance is to give priority to PT vehicles at signalised intersections. In this case, the PT system is supported by a traffic control system that ensures the progression of public transport vehicles through the city’s traffic signals on the tram or bus corridors. This paper is based on the research undertaken within the CIVITAS ELAN project where one of the objectives (within measure 8.2-ZAG Public transport priority and traveller information) was to introduce such a system in the City of Zagreb (see The Civitas Initiative).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Tehnologija prometa i transport



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
135-1352598-2581 - Metodologija razvoja integriranih adaptivnih transportno-logističkih sustava (Sadko Mandžuka, )

Ustanove
Fakultet prometnih znanosti, Zagreb